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2-Alarm Fire Burns Through Northglenn Apt. Complex Roof

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Firefighters rushed to put out a 2-alarm fire at the Regatta Apartments in Northglenn. (credit: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

Firefighters rushed to put out a 2-alarm fire at the Regatta Apartments in Northglenn. (credit: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

NORTHGLENN, Colo. (CBS4)- Firefighters worked for more than two hours to get control of a two-alarm fire at an apartment complex in Northglenn Wednesday morning.

Firefighters rushed to the apartment complex at 105th and Irma Drive in Northglenn at 8:55 a.m.

When they arrived they found the fire was burning on the second floor and through the roof of the Regatta Apartments.

They quickly evacuated the entire building. No one was hurt in the fire.

People from eight units have been displaced because of the fire. One cat was found inside one of the evacuated apartments. It is okay.

Firefighters rushed to the 2-alarm fire at the Regatta Apartments in Northglenn. (credit: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

Firefighters rushed to the 2-alarm fire at the Regatta Apartments in Northglenn. (credit: North Metro Fire Rescue District)

Fire investigators are trying to determine what caused the fire.

Firefighters from Thornton and Westminster helped North Metro Firefighters battle the fire.

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